Nicola Menzies-Gow MA, VetMB, PhD, DipECEIM, CertEM(IntMed), FHEA, MRCVS discusses the need for targeted owner education to awareness of clinical signs associated with this common issue.33 mins
Matthew Robin looks at equine asthma syndrome, which has no identified genetic risk factors or useful genetic markers, and runs through the types, diagnosis and treatment.
Emily Haggett reviews a general approach to the horse with suspected intestinal disease, with a focus on clinical signs that suggest underlying intestinal disease.
Janet Littlewood discusses the second most common allergic skin disease in horses, which can present a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge.
Adele Williams covers considerations for equine parasite control, taking into account what is currently known about anthelmintic resistance in UK equine parasites.
Hayley Chidlow provides clear advice for fellow vets, with particular focus on vaccination protocols.
Nicola Menzies-Gow looks at some of the topic areas covered at the 4th Global Equine Endocrine Symposium in January 2020.
Sarah Gough discusses a syndrome that encompasses a wide spectrum of chronic airway inflammation.
Ann Derham provides a brief overview of such injuries, including the mainstay of management and the exciting field of regenerative medicine.
Veronica Roberts MA(Cantab), VetMB, MA(Oxon), PGCert(HE), DipECEIM, FRCVS discusses indications, techniques, risks and sample interpretation around this common equine procedure.20 mins
Zoë Gratwick BVSc, MSc, MMedVet, DipECEIM, MRCVS discusses the diagnosis of tapeworm and strongyle infections, as well as when to use anthelmintic treatments.
Imogen Johns looks at key aspects of the diagnosis, treatment and long-term control in horses with sEA, as well as newer developments that may be beneficial in the future.43 mins
Adele Williams, BVSc, DipECEIM, PhD, MRCVS looks at some of the most important aspects of preventive medicine, with particular emphasis on vaccination and parasite control.
A meeting of academics and practitioners with an interest in equine obesity and obesity-related laminitis was convened for Veterinary Times Equine (sponsored by Bova UK) on 14 January 2020. Published evidence was reviewed and opinions were shared to provide the following summary for veterinary surgeons managing horses with obesity.
Sue Dyson MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, DipECVSMR, FRCVS discusses the need for equine vets to understand training principles and equine behavioural responses to recognise the difference between causes of pain.
In this article, Ann Derham MVB, MRCVS, provides overview on current prevention protocols, including routine management, conformation assessments, diet and exercise.
David Rendle, BVSc, MVM, CertEM(IntMed), DipECEIM, FRCVS and Richard Newton BVSc, MSc, PhD, FRCVS use the 2019 virus outbreak to discuss the challenges of controlling future instances and the need for greater prevention.
Fleur Whitlock BVetMed(Hons), MRCVS, Richard Newton BVSc, MSc, PhD, FRCVS, and Adele Williams BVSc, DipECEIM, PhD, MRCVS discuss the present status of this issue, prevention and treatment protocols, and ensuring owner compliance.39 mins
Angus Yeomans BVSc, BSc, MRCVS and Safia Barakzai BVSc, CertES(SoftTissue), MSc, DESTS, DipECVS, FRCVS detail the case of a three-year-old Thoroughbred that presented with this symptom following intermittent colic.27 mins
Mélanie Perrier discusses the conditions associated with this issue, as well as the need for a multimodal strategy to manage cases.58 mins